February 2016
Strategic Finance;Feb2016, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p15
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the fraud scandal alleged to the German automotive company Volkswagen AG Group (VW) concerning the installation of software on cars to cheat emissions testing. Topics include the VW's justification of transparent corporate governance, the implementation of lower emission standards in Europe, and the assistance of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in disapproving the sale of 2016 diesel cars to extend the deadline of repairing affected vehicles.


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